serif

[ UK /sˈɛɹɪf/ ]
NOUN
  1. a short line at the end of the main strokes of a character
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How To Use serif In A Sentence

  • If Serif had shared your opinion about PagePlus 1.2, you might wonder why they bothered to produce a version 2 at all.
  • Also, "serif" - fonts with little curlicues on the end - are a lot easier to read than "sans serif" fonts, like Helvetica. The Compleat Guide To LiveJournal Stardom And Fame, Part I
  • In addition, various karyotypic and genetic studies have found limited amounts of change in chromosomes and DNA sequences when different species of acipenseriforms are compared.
  • Because of the serifed font the only difference was the tip of the top serif was a somewhat (not very much) higher than on the one, but otherwise they were identical. lowercase L
  • 'Boston' arched and written in a red sans-serifed font SportsLogos.Net - News
  • At the end of the strokes - see, here - there are decorative turns; serifs, really.
  • Meanwhile, many texts have been happily read in sans serif typefaces, and other texts are hard to read because the serif typeface chosen is just plain hard to read, or badly set.
  • Two endemic species of passeriforms on the island are Mimus magnirostris (nightingale) and Vireo caribaeus, and other subspecies are Icterus leucopteryx lawrencii, Vireo altiloquus canescens, Coereba flaveola oblita and Dendroica petechia flavida. Cayos Miskitos-San Andrés and Providencia moist forests
  • Sans serif: A typeface without series and constructed from strokes of nearly uniform thickness.
  • The most conventional scheme for using typefaces is to use a serif face such as Times New Roman or Georgia for body text and a sans serif face such as Verdana or Arial as a contrast for headlines.
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